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    Ableza Native American Arts and Film Institute
    Ableza is a Native American Arts and Film Institute in San Jose, CA, with branch offices in Santa Barbara and Calistoga, CA. We are dedicated to promoting, preserving and protecting traditional and contemporary arts by Native American Peoples. Native Americans do more than "Indian" art; we are active in all areas of the modern arts world. As we "take back our images" from Hollywood stereotypes, Ableza helps make sure the world is aware of Native America's vast professional activities.
    American Indian Law Science
      United States
    "to entice Native Indians and Volunteers from other cultures, into becoming involved in research and writing concerning matters of which are effecting the Native American Indian Nations, Tribes, and Bands"
    Appropriate Methods When Teaching About Native American Peoples
      United States
    Basic understanding of how to teach about Native Americans.
    Banishment (excerpts)
    "Long before the development and implication of a unified American Judicial system, the worlds' cultures, inclusive of the Native American Indians, recognized the issue of a civil aspect being associated with criminal law as a means of social control."
    excerpts from a Brief Amicus Curie in regards to Native Indian Penal Practices; by Robert Ward
    Sacred Run Foundation
    The mission of the 1996 run is to raise awareness about the state of the environment and to preserve indigenous peoples' wisdom and lands. The Sacred Run was organized by Dennis Banks.

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